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Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2021

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) began in October 1987 to raise awareness and unite people working together to make a difference. Domestic Violence does not discriminate and can affect anyone. Join us this month and every month to take a stand against domestic violence. 

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Take the #passthepurplechallenge

Show your support for victims and survivors of domestic violence by wearing purple, snapping a photo tagging @wesleyshelterinc and challenging 3 more businesses or people to do the same!

 

Why is this important? Domestic violence does not discriminate. It can affect anyone and It can be very hard to come forward. Small acts like pass the purple can show survivors that they are supported. 

 

Take the challenge and don’t forget to tag @wesleyshelterinc in your photo on Facebook or Instagram to win a Wesley Shelter T-shirt! We will be picking the winner during our ask an advocate live stream on October 26th at 6pm! 

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